Cebe (Linda Manz) applies her lipstick using a Germaine Monteil compact mirror.
In Cozy’s bathroom there are a can of Aquanet unscented super-hold hairspray and a jar of Clinique 7th-day scrub cream.
The jar with pink cap is a Christian Dior skincare product, probably the Hydra-Star moisturizer or a cream from the original Capture line. The two jars between the hairspray and the scrub are – I’m pretty sure – Estee Lauder products.
She uses a Maybelline eyelash curler.
While Gloria (Julianne Moore) is doing the laundry in the washbasin, we can see some products she has in her bathroom. There’s the facial massager Foreo Luna Mini 2 in Mint.
There are also three haircare products by Hask. The tall peach spray can is Monoi Coconut dry shampoo.
There’s Keratin Protein flash blow-dry spray.
And Hawaiian Sea Salt Makin’ Waves texture spray.
Cameron (Chloë Grace Moretz) is getting ready for her prom. On the table she’s sitting at there’s a can of Rave ultra-hold hairspray and a Clairol lighted make-up mirror.
There are many beauty products and make-up items on Molly Bloom’s bathroom counter. Among them (from left to right):
Elizabeth Arden refining toner lotion (now discontinued)
Nuxe Huile Prodigieuse multi-purpose dry oil
A Mason Pearson hair brush
Some Chanel nail polishes
Chanel fresh body cream
Lancôme Tonique Douceur hydrating lotion
The Almond & Shea hand care duo by Pecksniffs, which includes a moisturising hand & body lotion and a nourishing hand wash in pump bottles.
Billy Bloom’s vanity is pretty busy with cosmetics and accessories. In the screencap above, the face powder situation is out of control: it’s basically everywhere on the table.
The center-stage position goes to a pink box contaning Velour lashes.
The round compact on the upper left is L’Oreal Visible Lift blush.
The perfume in the blue bottle is Avon Mesmerize For Her, a woody aromatic fragrance launched in 1992. Billy uses it all through the film.
Ruth Ellis (Miranda Richardson) checks her make-up on a Stratton gold-tone mirror compact with a scalloped design and raised roses.
Mellie Logan (Riley Keough) uses almost exclusively Tigi Bed Head products at the hair salon where she works. Starting from the farthest table to the nearest, I’ve spotted the following:
Two cans of Superstar Queen for a Day thickening spray, one on both tables
A round bottle of Small Talk energizing cream
A pump bottle of Dumb Blonde violet-toning shampoo, perfect for the Purple Lady (Rebecca Koon)
A can of Flexi Head strong flexible hold hairspray
A bottle of Straighten Out straightening cream
A bottle of Control Freak serum
A bottle of Maxxed-Out massive hold hairspray
The odd one out here is a pink can of Aqua Net super-hold hairspray
Even the pink hairdryer is by Tigi: it’s the Mind Blower hairdryer